Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro. It’s a slow read. I love the language, but the story is not a page turner.
The Tesla Machine/Ressurector, editing HISS.
In television: This week was the Walking Dead season premier and though I’m not big on zombies, I began watching with the marathon this past Friday. By Saturday I was ready for the premier. Perhaps my expectations are too high, but it sure seems these premiers leave something out. With all the hype I expected something extraordinary and two hours long. Instead, it was just a regular episode. Nothing really special, with the exception of the mistakes I caught about Lori’s pregnancy. Did anyone else catch it?
Perihelion came online and it looks great.
The blog has changed recently and there are times when I feel almost uncomfortable posting some material.
This past week when I began posting the Tesla Machine, I hesitated because I focus (most of the time) on indie publishing and speculative/science fiction news.
I felt for this month I wanted to do something a bit different, in celebration of the season. But I was not sure how this new material would be received.
I appreciate the comments and the likes. Most of us indie writers don’t get a lot of feedback, so I just wanted to take the time to say thanks to everyone.
The Tesla Machine/Resurrector is being written on the fly. I post as I write, because It’s also a creative experiment/experience. I have no idea how it’s going to turn out.
I’ll post through October 21st, but after that I will be planning/plotting my novel for NaNoWriMo.
I will be sharing that here also, but the posts may get a bit sparse beginning November 1st, because I’m going to write like a demon to satisfy the requirements needed to complete this challenge.
So, for the next week, I’ll attempt to wrap up this adventure with Tesla and a few other characters who will come through the tunnel.